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    Installing a Remote Desktop (VNC) on CentOS


    I bought a VPS and in order for it to work for me, I need to have a GUI, instead of just having the kernal to work with.

    I want to be able to run a game on it.

    How do I confirm that the right programs are installed on my VPS for a VNC?

    How do I connect to it?

    I'm a total newb at all this, so if someone could help me, that would be great.

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    On the preferences menu there is an option for remote desktop where you can share your desktop thru VNC, just make sure that you have installed thightvncserver (yum install thightvncserver).

    Good luck

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